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S.O.B. (1981)

You don't expect this sort of ill-conceived vitriol from Blake Edwards, creator of the amiable, if idiotic, Inspector Clouseau, especially when Edwards's wife Julie...

Salem’s Lot (1979)

Ben Mears (David Soul of Starsky & Hutch fame) is a writer who has returned to his hometown of Jerusalem's Lot in New England (abbreviated...

Salò (120 Days of Sodom) (1975)

Relocating the Marquis de Sade's notorious novel to wartime Italy, this film has become synonymous with sexual deviance and bestial violence. Yet, Pier Paolo Pasolini...

Salon Kitty (1976)

Kitty Kellermann (Ingrid Thulin) runs a brothel in Nazi Germany - the Salon Kitty - where the soldiers of the Third Reich come to...

Salute Of The Jugger, The (1988)

A brutally violent sport (combining rugby, basketball and gratuitous violence) becomes popular in a post-apocalyptic America, both in the luxurious underground cities and the...

Salvador (1986)

Fact-based drama about cynical, drug-taking, burnt-out foreign correspondent Richard Boyle (James Woods) who visits El Salvador in the early 1980s to escape his personal problems...

Same Time Next Year (1978)

In 1951, at the Sea Shadows Inn on the Mendocino County coast, Doris (Ellen Burstyn), a 24-year-old housewife from Oakland, meets George (Alan Alda), a...

Sand Pebbles, The (1966)

Engineer Jake Holman (Steve McQueen) arrives aboard the gunboat USS San Pablo, assigned to patrol a tributary of the Yangtze in the middle of...

Sandwich Man, The (1966)

Mild-mannered widower Horace Quilby is a 'Sandwich Man' who carries a sandwich-board on behalf of Finklebaum and O'Casey - dealers in 'misfit clothing' - and...

Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (1964)

The people of Mars kidnap Santa Claus and two children in an effort to capture the Christmas spirit for their listless children who have...

Saragossa Manuscript, The (1965)

Based on the 1813 novel by Jan Potocki, this is a complex and exhilarating film that ranks among the most remarkable achievements of 1960s...

Satan’s Sadists (1969)

The Satans are a very cruel biker gang led by Anchor (Russ Tamblyn). The gang stop at a diner in the middle the California desert...

Satanic Rites of Dracula, The (1973)

Following Dracula AD 1972 came Hammer’s modern-dress entry in the Dracula series. The Satanic Rites of Dracula is a science fiction/horror/thriller hybrid lacking in Hammer’s usual Gothic flavour...

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1961)

Albert Finney rose to stardom in this stark kitchen sink drama written by Alan Sillitoe showing working-class lifestyles in an English industrial community. Finney plays...

Saturday Night Fever (1977)

The movie which single-handedly made disco the dominant force on the planet for a brief period of the 70s and launched John Travolta to...

Saturn 3 (1980)

Research workers Kirk Douglas and Farrah Fawcett live an idyllic Adam and Eve existence in a synthetic food-making factory on Titan, Saturn's largest moon. Then...

Savage Innocents, The (1961)

Visually stunning - colour and Cinemascope allow director Nicholas Ray to dwell to his heart's content on endless expanses of snow, looming white icebergs...

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

American soldiers land on Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings in World War II, with multiple deaths from German fire. An army captain (Tom Hanks)...

Say Anything (1989)

Not deemed worthy of a UK cinema release, this intelligent little gem stems from the pen of the author of Fast Times at Ridgemont...

Scandal (1989)

Back in 1963, the British public was stunned to learn that War Minister John Profumo had been sharing the sexual favours of model-showgirl Christine Keeler with...